Philip Ofori-Anom is a an old student of the Presbyterian Boy’s Secondary School. He holds a BSc in civil engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and lives in Accra. His writing has been published in the Daily Graphic and Mirror Newspapers and on myjoyonline.com.
Martin Egblewogbe’s collection of short stories, Mr Happy and the Hammer of God, was published in 2008.
Nana Fredua-Agyeman is a poet by passion and an agricultural economist by profession who has been writing poetry for the past ten years.
Francis Kokutse is an journalist and writer based in Accra. He writes for publications based in Kenya, South Africa, Europe and the American press agency Associated Press. He has previously been published on Poem Hunter.
Juanita Tsikata was born and raised in Accra and currently lives in the UK. She recently discovered her like and talent for poetry and decided to use it as a medium to express her views on life in general. She was recently featured on One Ghana One Voice with a poem entitled The Path. She currently blogs at Fafali’s Boredom Maximus.
Andrew Aryeetey is an old boy of PRESEC, Legon where he occasionally performed in dramas, plays, debates, writing competitions and the like. He was a member of their editorial board and was adjudged the best poet for that batch. Apart from poetry and performing, he loves football and watching movies. His work has appeared on www.kpokplomaja.com, magazines on the University of Ghana campus, other African magazines and periodically on openairtheatre, on Radio Univers, 105.7, every Sunday.
Prince Kwasi Mensah is a Ghanaian poet and publisher living in Maryland, U.S.A. He is currently at work editing and publishing a collection of anthologies through his Mensa Press.
Gabriel Agbozo hails from Mafi-Kumase in the North -Tongu District of the Volta Region. He attended Sogakofe Secondary School and is currently reading English Language at the University of Ghana, Legon. He presents his poetry on Radio Univers’ Sunday poetry show, openairtheatre.
Eyram Kojo Akyea-Ansah is a graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana, who is currently pursuing a CFA qualification. He is a Ghanaian by birth. While in school, he was a panel member on KNUST’s weekend program dubbed the African Radio Theatre where he met other young and daring poets. Presently, he is a member of the poets’ society at the Nubuke Foundation in Accra where he contributes phenomenal poems. He hopes to one day share a stage with some of the world’s greatest poet.
L. S. Mensah was born and raised in Accra, and has been living in the U.K. for the past five years. Recently, her work has appeared in the annual Barnet Poetry Anthology and on www.OneGhanaOneVoice.com.